It’s time to invest in your team of employees: Corporate Workshops and Training for Leadership, Team Building, and Communication!
Past Clients: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, California Institute of Technology, QALO, Peak Financial Inc.
Objective: To provide a fun, interactive, hands-on instructional learning experience for employees, simultaneously showing appreciation and gratitude for all that they do.
Value Proposition: Employees will receive coaching by skilled professionals. Through improvisation and other exercises, individuals will practice lessons in active listening, “yes, and-ing,” and staying present in routine situations and tasks. The focus will be on becoming more engaged, promoting a sense of camaraderie between peers, and approaching each and every day-to-day task as a fresh experience.
The program will reinforce a culture of inclusion, engagement, appreciation, and recognition that will help increase job satisfaction and individual confidence. These program benefits are known to drive retention and improvement in overall employee performance.
Activities will leverage your employee populations’ natural strengths and enhance existing skill sets that directly impact teamwork and guest relations; while reinforcing your core values and strengthening your brand’s internal perception.
Today’s Workplace: Companies, organizations and universities are turning to improv exercises for interpersonal skill building, leadership and teamwork. Media case studies by companies such as Forbes, CNN and Slate have reported that improv training is incredibly beneficial in the workplace and are proven to:
- Promote Creative & Adaptive Problem Solving Skills
- Build Trust and Support
- Build Interpersonal Communication Skills
- Help Defuse Conflict
What is Improv? Improvisation is an unplanned, instinctive, extemporaneous interaction with others. By introducing specific improv games and challenges in a group setting, you are able to open up to the possibly of enhancing natural conversational skills in any situation. The basic rules of improv train your brain to think fast, engage in active listening, improve memory and recall, push you out of your comfort zone, and build confidence in which to share your ideas and opinions. These are key ingredients are essential for employees to have better customer relations and enhance company moral.
Your Coach: Alexandra Catalano is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, New York University’s Steinhardt Department of Music, and The Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater’s Improv Training Program. She is a professional improviser of both long-form and musical improv, and has trained extensively at The Groundlings, Improv Olympics, and MI Westside, while performing regularly at clubs across Los Angeles.
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